Practices and Processes
Practices and Processes offers a space for work in progress and development, a forum for testing methodologies and articulating interim findings related to research-led creative practice. Recent external speakers include Dr. Broderick Chow (Brunel University), Dr. Zachary Dunbar (Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne) and Dr. Rose Malague (University of Pennsylvania and a Central Visiting Fellow 2015-16). Here we also host events on particular areas relating to contemporary theatre practice and criticism (as with a discussion on theatre reviewing in the age of online reviewing, with critics Maddy Costa and Matt Trueman, Time Out Theatre Editor Andzrej Lukowski and actress Stephanie Street). Recent presentations in the area of applied theatre include ‘Women Living with HIV: Our Needs, Our Care, Our Ambitions’, organised with Positively UK and the Prime Study, UCL as a mode of bringing together theatre practitioners, clinical researchers and women living with HIV to address the lack of stories about older women living with HIV and to stimulate debate about its effect on ageing.